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  • Featured Course: Introduction to Psychology
  • Featured Ebook: Psychology Dictionary
  • Growing Organic Vegetables
  • New Home Grown Magazine Soon to be Released
  • Free Ebook Offer
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Featured Course: Introduction to Psychology

Featured Course: Introduction to Psychology
Psychology is the study of animal and human behaviour. This course will develop your ability to analyse aspects of a person's psychological state and apply derived knowledge to motivate that person. This provides a solid introduction/foundation for further studies of psychology covering the nature and scope of psychology, neurological and environmental effects on behaviour, personality, consciousness, perception, needs, drives and motivation.
The course covers seven subject areas:
- The nature and scope of psychology
- Neurological basis of behaviour
- Environmental effects on behaviour
- Consciousness and perception
- Personality
- Psychological development
- Needs, drives and motivation

Featured Ebook: Psychology Dictionary

Featured Ebook: Psychology Dictionary

This book has been developed as a reference tool for the discipline of Psychology. The Psychology Dictionary contains descriptions for common terms used in Psychology. There are many terms used in the area of Psychology alone that are explained throughout this text, and other terms have been taken from everyday language and used in a different context to describe psychological phenomena.

To read the outline of this ebook, to download a sample, or to purchase this ebook, please click here.

Growing Organic Vegetables

Growing Organic Vegetables

Organically grown vegetables are free of potentially poisonous sprays, artificial colourings or preservatives that may be found in vegetables purchased in the market. Organically grown vegetables invariably taste better.

How do you get started?
Choose the right site in your garden for growing vegetables.
The vegetable garden should be sited where:
1. It receives maximum sunlight (not be shaded by trees and buildings), be well drained.
2. It has good soil.
3. It is relatively free from weeds and other competing plants.
4. It has access to a suitable supply of water.
5. It is sheltered from any prevailing winds.

Continue reading our hints on growing organic vegetables here...

New Home Grown Magazine Soon to be Released!

New Home Grown Magazine Soon to be Released!

We are excited to announce more information on this exciting new publication. ACS Principal John Mason is Garden Editor, and it also features writing from ACS tutors.

Visit the Facebook page www.facebook.com/australianhomegrown

Or the brand new website www.homegrownmagazine.com.au to find out more!

Come September you can find this magazine in News Agencies.

Enrol now and receive over $100 worth of FREE ebooks*

Enrol now and receive over $100 worth of FREE ebooks*
For a limited time, ACS is offering 5 free ebooks for every enrolment into one of the following courses:
Event Management BRE209
Agronomy BAG306
Beef Cattle BAG206
Child Psychology BPS104
Animal Health Care VAG100
Aquaculture BAG211
Zoo Keeping BEN208
Horticulture I BHT101
Introduction to Psychology BPS101
Poultry BAG208

* Free ebook offer is valid until 31 August 2013. You will receive a voucher code to download your free books once you have enroled and paid for the course. The books that you will receive are Animal Health, Starting a Business, Organic Gardening, Project Management and Psychological Profiling.

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